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Mysterious Photos that Should not Exist

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8 – Time Traveler
This photograph may be less obvious than some others, but looking a bit closely at one gentleman in particular reveals some interesting clothing, especially considering that this picture was taken in the year 1941. Some people insist that his glasses, shirt and jacket must mean that this man is actually a time traveler, although others believe such clothing may have been available at the time, although of course very uncommonly.

7 – Cooper Family photo
During the 1950s, The Cooper family decided to have a family photograph taken just after moving into their new Texas home, taken by the younger woman’s husband. However, what appears to be hanging corpse appeared in the picture, with seemingly no contextual information to go along with it. There is a great deal of suspicion regarding the truth of this photo, and some believe the picture could be a result of photo overlay, fabrication, or even a fake story to begin with. Whatever the true answer is, this thing is quite creepy.

6 – Bigfoot
A cryptid is an animal whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated. One such cryptid is the famous Bigfoot, or Sasquatch. The picture shown here is the 352nd frame of the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin film, the first bit of media claimed to have captured Bigfoot on camera. Many claim that that could be the real Bigfoot, while others say it is merely a man in an ape suit.

5 – Freddy Jackson’s apparition
This photograph was taken in 1919 of a squadron that served in World War I at the HMS Daedalus training facility. As normal as this picture may seem from afar, the unexplained phenomenon that is a ghostly face presents itself in the photograph. Members of this squadron were able to identify this face as that of Freddy Jackson, an air mechanic whom had died just two days prior to the picture being taken due to an accident with an airplane propeller

4 – Babushka Lady
Babushka Lady is a nickname for an unknown woman present during the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and this lady might have photographed the events. She was seen holding a camera and was also seen in film accounts of the assassination. Even though the shooting had already taken place and most of her surrounding witnesses took cover, she can be seen still standing with the camera. She never came forward. The police and the FBI did not find her, and the film shot from her position never turned up.

3 – Phoenix Lights
Probably the world’s most famous believed UFO sighting, the Phoenix Lights is a phenomenon that occurred seventeen years ago on March 13, 1997 in Arizona. There has been a number of witnesses claiming that they saw a UFO, and four known videos have also surfaced with footage of the lights overhead. The United States military has claimed that the lights were part of a training session that involved the use of flares, but some witnesses deny that statement entirely, claiming that it really was a UFO. There was even a 2005 documentary detailing the event.

2 – The Loch Ness Monster
This cryptid is fabled to inhabit in the Scottish Highlands. At the top of the world’s cryptids in terms of popularity, the Loch Ness Monster (sometimes (referred to as Nessy) was initially made famous in 1933, when a man named Hugh Gray took its picture, although the most famous picture purportedly of the beast is the second one shown here, by Robert Kenneth Wilson, a London gynaecologist, although this picture ended up being revealed as a hoax. Even so, it fooled a large number people in its time and captured the imaginations of many.

1 – The Madonna With Saint Giovannino
This fifteenth century painting by Domenico Ghirlandaio depicts Mary with two infant children. But that’s not the strange part. What is, is what appears to be some sort of UFO painted into the upper right corner. There’s really nothing else that it closely resembles. And considering the time period of this painting, the appearance of what could be a UFO is especially strange. Other parts of the painting have also been called into question, such as the man who appears to be staring at the flying object, and the shadowy opaqueness of Mary’s halo. No one knows without any reasonable doubt what is really going on in this painting.